It’s really a no-brainer that the more active you are in retirement, the longer you’ll live.
Now you don’t have to be like Forbes contributor Carolyn Rosenblatt, who isn’t retired yet but at age 63 started competing in triathalons. Plenty of studies show it’s enough to exercise modestly but regularly. Simplyturning off your TV can result in more activity.
While there are fitness steps you can take in retirement, you do not have to join a health club or buy a ton of equipment to turn your home into a mini-fitness club. Walking and bicycling will do it. And especially if you don’t need to work for income, you can keep your mind active by getting out in the community and volunteering.
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